A West side Chicago mother has questions regarding her daughter's alleged homophobia fueled attack, and doesn't seem to be getting any answers. 

Fifteen-year-old Amari Graves was walking to the store on Tuesday, July 31, when she was brutally beaten. The attack involved Graves' classmate and several adults — all of whom remain unidentified. According to Raw Story the attackers stomped and kicked her, sprayed mace in her face and proceeded to tear off Amari's clothes. 

"They was calling me a dyke and a stud and stuff," she said.

Catina Parks-Dorsey, Grave's mother, frankly doesn't understand why no one has been arrested. 

"No one was taken into custody. They told me I had to swear out my own warrant to have them arrested," she told NBC Chicago. 

The innocent high school student recalls one of those involved pulling out a bat and attempting to swing on her. One of the adults, who is also the mother of one of the attackers is said to have recorded the incident.

"The attackers should all be charged with a hate crime and sexual assault," her mother continued.

Chicago police are investigating the case. Once their findings are presented to a state's attorney, a decision regarding charges will be brought forward. The adults could face fines and time in jail.

Last November, 26-year-old Sabrina Hooks and her girlfriend were brutally attacked at a Los Angeles Jack In The Box restaurant. In that instance, police didn't hesitate in classifying the assault as a hate crime. 

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